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User's Guide
SNVA406B – May 2010 – Revised May 2013
AN-1992 LM27402 Evaluation Board
1
Introduction
The LM27402 is a feature-rich, synchronous, single phase PWM DC/DC buck controller. A wide input
voltage range of 3V to 20V, input voltage feed-forward, and dual high current integrated N-channel
MOSFET drivers make the LM27402 appropriate for high current intermediate bus system rails in point-ofload applications. A 0.6V ±1% internal voltage reference enables high accuracy and low voltage capability
at the output. Inductor DCR current sensing provides an accurate current limit detection method and
promotes high output current and high system efficiency by eliminating resistive current sense elements.
This application note describes the steps taken in selecting the external components to build a fully
functional DC/DC converter. Diagrams of the evaluation board layout and bill of materials are included at
the end of this application note. The evaluation board represents a typical application circuit and can be
modified if different specifications are desired. Please refer to the Design Guide section of the LM27402
High Performance Synchronous Buck Controller with DCR Current Sensing (SNVS615) data sheet for
additional design equations.
2
Evaluation Board
The LM27402 evaluation board represents a 20A typical application circuit. The application circuit is
optimized for an input voltage of 12V. However, input voltage feed-forward technology allows the
evaluation board to operate up to 20V while maintaining a stable output voltage of 1.5V at 20A.
Temperature compensated inductor DCR current limit circuitry provides a steady current limit set point.
Extra MOSFET and input/output capacitor footprints are included to accommodate higher currents if
desired. An externally set soft-start time of 10 ms provides a controlled monotonic startup. The LM27402
evaluation board also supports pre-biased startup and provides a tracking connection for power supply
sequencing. An external clock can be applied to change the switching frequency through an on board
synchronization connection. PGOOD is externally pulled up to VDD and can be monitored via an on board
terminal. Two extra terminals are included to provide a network analyzer connection for control loop
stability analysis. The PCB measures 1.3” x 1.8” and includes input/output banana connectors for the input
supply and load.
3
Evaluation Board Operating Specifications
•
•
•
Input Voltage = 4.5V to 20V
Output Voltage = 1.5V
Output Current = 0A to 20A
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VIN
CBOOT
CBOOT
DBOOT
CIN
RF
CF
QH
VIN
HG
VDD
LM27402
CVDD
RPGOOD
L
SW
QL
RS
VOUT
CS
COUT
LG
PGOOD
CS+
EN
CSBY
SYNC
SS/TRACK
FADJ
CSS
RSET
CS-
CC3
RFB1
FB
RC2
RC1
CC1
GND COMP
RFB2
CC2
RFADJ
Figure 1. Simplified Application Schematic
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Evaluation Board Schematic
Cb
220 nF
Cin
1 PF
CBOOT
Ddd
VIN
HG
VIN
Ren1
OPEN
EN
Ren2
OPEN
LG
EN
QL1
Si7192DP
Cs
220 nF
Rsb
Rs1
1.00: 6.34 k:
Rs3
750:
Rs2
OPEN
Csy
100 pF
SS/TRACK
Cc1
3.9 nF
Rf
45.3 k:
OPEN
GND IN
Rtc
5.6 k:
4110ppm
VOUT
GND OUT
Rs5
OPEN
Tx
R50
49.9:
Rx
Rfb1
20.0 k:
FB
FADJ
OPEN
Cin7
+
Co5
Co4
Co3
Co2
Co1
100 PF 100 PF 100 PF 100 PF OPEN
Rs4
OPEN
CS-
Css
47 nF
VIN
+
Cin6
Lout 0.68 PH
Rs
1.3 k:
Csb
1 nF
CS+
SYNC
SS/TK
optional
Dsw
Rl
QL2
OPEN
PGOOD
SYNC
QT1
SiR436DP
Cin3
Cin1
Cin2
Cin4
Cin5
22 PF 22 PF 22 PF 22 PF 22 PF
SW
Cdd
1 PF
PGD
Rh
QT2
OPEN
LM27402
VDD
Rpg
51.1 k:
+
Rin
2.2:
Rc1
8.01 k:
COMP
Rc2
261:
Rfb2
13.3 k:
GND
Cc3
820 pF
Cc2
150 pF
Figure 2. VIN = 4.5V to 20V, VOUT = 1.5V, IOUT = 20A
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Connection Descriptions
PCB Silkscreen
Description
VIN
VIN is the input voltage terminal to the PCB and is equipped to handle a 1/4" banana jack or
can be unbolted to accept a ring connector. The LM27402 will operate over the input voltage
range of 3.0V to 20V. However, the evaluation board is optimized for an input voltage of 12V
and will operate from 4.5V to 12V. The absolute maximum voltage rating for this pin is 22V.
GND IN
GND IN is the input ground terminal to the PCB and is equipped to handle a 1/4" banana jack
or can be unbolted to accept a ring connector. There are two GND connections on the PCB.
GND IN should be used for the input supply only.
VOUT
VOUT is the output voltage terminal of the PCB and is equipped to handle a 1/4" banana jack
or can be unbolted to accept a ring connector. VOUT should be connected to the load through
a low impedance line to minimize any line drop.
GND OUT
GND OUT is the output ground terminal of the PCB and is equipped to handle a 1/4" banana
jack or can be unbolted to accept a ring connector. There are two GND connections on the
PCB. GND OUT should be used for the output load only.
VDD
VDD is the output of the internal 4.5V sub regulator.
PGD
PGOOD output. This connection allows the user to monitor PGOOD during fault conditions.
PGOOD is pulled up to VDD and should not exceed 5.5V under normal operating conditions
and the absolute maximum voltage rating is 6V.
EN
EN is connected to the EN pin of the LM27402. A voltage typically greater than 1.17V will
enable the IC. A hysteresis of 100mV on EN provides noise immunity. The LM27402 will self
enable by a 2 µA internal current source to EN if no control signal is applied to EN. The enable
threshold can be set with an optional external resistor divider from VIN. The EN pin should not
exceed the voltage on VDD. The operating voltage for this pin should not exceed 5.5V and the
absolute maximum voltage rating is 6V.
SS/TK
SS/TK provides access to the SS/TRACK pin of the LM27402. Connections to this terminal are
not needed for most applications. The feedback pin of the LM27402 will track the voltage on
the SS/TRACK pin if driven with an external voltage source that is less than the 0.6V internal
reference. The operating voltage for this pin should not exceed 5.5V and the absolute
maximum voltage rating on this pin is 6V. The SS/TRACK pin should not exceed the voltage on
VDD.
SYNC
SYNC connects to the SYNC pin of the LM27402. An external clock signal can be connected to
the SYNC connection to set the switching frequency. If a SYNC signal is not present, the
switching frequency will fall back to the frequency set by the FADJ resistor. The SYNC
frequency must be greater than the frequency set by the FADJ resistor and can sync up to 400
kHz above the free running frequency. This pin should not exceed the voltage on VDD.
RX and TX
The RX and TX terminals provide the connections to measure the loop response with a
network analyzer. Rx refers to an applied reference signal and Tx refers to the test voltage or
in this case the output voltage. Between Rx and Tx exists a 50Ω termination resistor.
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Performance Characteristics
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Performance Characteristics
Efficiency
vs
Load
Line Regulation
100
VIN = 5V
EFFICIENCY (%)
95
90
VIN = 12V
IOUT = 20A
85
80
75
70
0
5
10
15
20
OUTPUT CURRENT (A)
Load Regulation (VIN = 12V)
0A to 10A Load Transient Response
VOUT (50 mV/Div)
IOUT (10A/Div)
Figure .
Figure . Figure 3. 100 µs/DIV
10A to 20A Load Transient Response
0A to 20A Load Transient Response
VOUT (50 mV/Div)
VOUT (100 mV/Div)
IOUT (10A/Div)
Figure . Figure 4. 100 µs/DIV
4
IOUT (10A/Div)
Figure . Figure 5. 100 µs/DIV
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Startup Waveform (No Load)
Startup Waveform (15A Electronic Load)
VOUT (500mV/Div)
IOUT (10A/Div)
VOUT (500 mV/Div)
VEN (5V/Div)
VEN (5V/Div)
VPGOOD (5V/Div)
VPGOOD (5V/Div)
Figure . Figure 6. 2 ms/DIV
Figure . Figure 7. 2 ms/DIV
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LM27402 Evaluation Board
The LM27402 evaluation board is designed to support multiple applications and modifications and is
optimized for a 4.5V to 12V input voltage range. The maximum steady state output current is set at 20A
and will typically current limit at 24A. The PCB features bolt-on banana connections if heavy duty
connectors are needed.
8
Setup Procedure
1. Set the input power supply voltage to 12V. Adjust the input supply current limit level to 10A to protect
from any unanticipated shorts.
2. Turn the input power supply off. Connect the input supply positive terminal to the VIN terminal and the
input supply ground terminal to the GND IN terminal.
3. Turn the output electronic load off. Connect the electronic load positive terminal to the VOUT terminal
and the ground terminal to the GND OUT terminal of the LM27402 evaluation board
4. Turn the input supply on. The part will self enable and the output voltage should be 1.5V. Slowly
increase the load current to 20A. The input voltage can now be adjusted as well.
CAUTION: If the input voltage is below 5V, the internal LDO will be in a drop out state. The output of the
LDO provides the driving voltage across the gates of the MOSFETs. If the voltage at VDD decreases
enough, the efficiency may suffer if the MOSFETs are not fully enhanced in the on-state. The output
should maintain regulation.
9
Evaluation Board Component Selection
This section describes the design process for the LM27402 evaluation board. Unless otherwise indicated,
all formulae assume units of Amps (A) for current, Farads (F) for capacitance, Henries (H) for inductance,
and Volts (V) for voltage.
The first equation to calculate for any buck converter is duty ratio:
D=
VOUT 1
x
VIN
(1)
Due to the resistive powertrain losses, the duty ratio will increase based on the overall efficiency, η.
Setting η = 1 yields an approximate result for D.
9.1
Input Filter, Rin, Cin
An RC filter is added to prevent any switching noise from interfering with the internal analog circuitry
connected to VIN. The RC filter can be seen in the evaluation board schematic as components Rin and Cin.
There is a practical limit to the value of resistor Rin as the VIN pin of the LM27402 will draw large bias
currents to switch the gate of each MOSFET. If Rin is too large, the resulting voltage drop can disrupt
normal operation. For the evaluation board, a 2.2Ω resistor in conjunction with a 1.0 µF 25V X5R ceramic
capacitor is used for the input RC filter.
9.2
Input Capacitors, Cin1 - Cin5
Input capacitors should be selected based on the required input voltage ripple and maximum RMS current
rating. The required RMS current rating of the input capacitor for a buck regulator can be estimated by the
following equation:
ICIN(RMS) = IOUT D(1 - D)
(2)
From this equation, it follows that the maximum ICIN(RMS) requirement will occur at a full 20A load current
with the system operating at 50% duty cycle. Under this condition, the maximum ICIN(RMS) is given by:
ICIN(RMS) = 20A 0.5 x 0.5 = 10A
(3)
The voltage ripple can be calculated by:
'VIN =
6
IOUT x D x (1 ± D)
'I
+ IOUT + L x RESR_CIN
2
CIN x fSW
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Ceramic capacitors feature a very large IRMS rating in a small footprint, making a ceramic capacitor ideal
for this application. Five 22 µF X5R 25V ceramic capacitors were selected to provide the necessary input
capacitance for the evaluation board. Neglecting the effects of ESR, at 12V VIN and 20A IOUT the selected
input capacitors yield an input voltage ripple of:
'VIN =
20A x 0.125 x (1- 0.125)
= 66 mV
110 PF x 300 kHz
(5)
If desired, two extra capacitors can be added in the Cin6 and Cin7 footprints.
9.3
Inductor, Lout
As per datasheet recommendations, the inductor value should initially be chosen to produce a peak to
peak ripple current between 20% and 40% of the maximum operating output current. A 30% current ripple
was chosen for the LM27402 evaluation board. The minimum inductance required is calculated by:
LMIN =
(VIN - VOUT) x D (12V - 1.5V) x 0.125
= 0.73 PH
=
(0.3 x 20A) x 300 kHz
'IL x fSW
(6)
An actual inductor is selected based on a trade-off between physical size, efficiency, and current carrying
capability. A Vishay IHLP5050 0.68 µH inductor results in a peak to peak current ripple of 6.4A and offers
a balance between efficiency (2.34 mΩ DCR), size (12.9 mm x 13.2 mm), and saturation current rating
(49A ISAT).
9.4
Output Capacitor, Co1- Co4
The value of the output capacitor in a buck regulator influences the steady state voltage ripple as well as
the output voltage response to a load transient. Given the peak-to-peak inductor current ripple (ΔIL) the
output voltage ripple can be approximated by:
'VOUT = 'IL x RESR2 +
1
2
8 x fSW x COUT
(7)
where ΔVOUT (V) is the amount of peak-to-peak voltage ripple at the power supply output, RESR (Ω) is the
series resistance of the output capacitor, fSW (Hz) is the switching frequency, and COUT (F) is the output
capacitance used in the design and is the sum of Co1 through Co4. For the evaluation board, four 100 µF
6.3V X5R ceramic capacitors were selected for the output capacitance to provide adequate transient and
DC bias performance in a relatively small package. From the technical specifications of this capacitor, the
ESR is approximately 3 mΩ and the effective in-circuit capacitance is approximately 60 µF (reduced from
100 µF due to the 1.5V DC bias and worst case tolerance). With these values, the peak-to-peak voltage
ripple when operating from a VIN of 12V is:
1
2
6.4A x (0.75 m:) +
9.5
8 x 300 kHz x 240 PF
2
= 12 mVp-p
(8)
Soft-Start Capacitor, Css
A soft-start capacitor can be used to control the startup time of the LM27402. The startup time is
estimated by the following equation:
tSS =
0.6V x CSS
ISS
(9)
ISS is nominally 3 µA. For the evaluation board, the soft-start time has been designed to be approximately
10 ms, resulting in a Css capacitor value of 47 nF. The LM27402 defaults to a 1.28 ms startup ramp time if
Css is not used.
9.6
Internal LDO Bypass Capacitor, Cdd
The Cdd capacitor is necessary to bypass an internal 4.5V subregulator. This capacitor should be sized
equal to or greater than 1 µF but less than 10 µF. A value of 1 µF is sufficient for most applications and is
used in the LM27402 evaluation board.
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Frequency Adjust Resistor, Rf
The LM27402 switching frequency can be adjusted from 200 kHz to 1.2 MHz using an external resistor
labeled on the evaluation board as Rf.The frequency of the LM27402 evaluation board was selected to be
300 kHz. A 300 kHz switching frequency enables the LM27402 to deliver high currents by reducing the
MOSFET related losses while maintaining the ability to achieve satisfactory transient response. To find the
value of resistance needed for a given frequency use the following equation: (fSW (kHz), Rf (kΩ))
Rf =
100
100
- 5 = 45 k:
- 5=
fSW
300
-1
-1
100
100
(10)
A value of 45.7 kΩ was chosen for the Rf resistor on the LM27402 evaluation board.
9.8
Current Limit Circuitry, Rs, Cs, Rs1, Rs5, Rtc
The current limit circuitry included on the LM27402 evaluation board sets the current limit at 24A.
Components Rs and Cs connect directly under the inductor pads and create an RC filter. The time constant
of RsCs should match the time constant of the inductance and DCR of the inductor:
RSCS =
L
RDCR
(11)
A typical range of capacitance used in the RsCs network is 100 nF to 1 µF. A 220 nF capacitor was chosen
for the Cs filter capacitor resulting in an Rs resistor of:
Rs =
0.68 PH
Lout
= 1.32 k:
=
CsRDCR 220 nF x 2.34 m:
(12)
A standard value resistor of 1.3 kΩ was selected for Rs. The current limit level is set through a resistor
from CS- to the VOUT pad of the inductor. The LM27402 evaluation board is set to current limit at 24A
IOUT. The maximum inductor current is IOUT + ΔIL/2 = 24 + 6.4/2 = 27.2A. The next equation describes the
current limit resistor calculation:
RSET =
ILIMIT RDCR 27.2A x 2.34 m:
=
= 6.36 k:
10 PA
Ics-
(13)
Copper resistance changes by about 3900 ppm/°C and can cause a significant error in the current limit
setpoint. The LM27402 evaluation board is equipped with a 5.6 kΩ positive temperature coefficient resistor
(Rtc) to compensate the effects of copper resistance and a 750Ω resistor Rs3 in series with Rtc to
approximately provide the 6.36 kΩ needed for RSET. Rtc was chosen to be a Vishay TFPT1206L5601F 5.6
kΩ resistor which has a temperature coefficient of 4110 ppm/°C. An optional 6.34 kΩ resistor (Rs1) was
placed between CS+ and the RsCs filter to mirror the impedance of the CS- pin in addition to a 100 pF
capacitor placed between CS+ and CS- near the IC to reduce the effects of noise.
The internal 10 µA current source is powered from VIN. If the voltage between VIN and CS- is below 1V,
the current source will supply less than 10 µA. If this happens, the common mode voltage of the current
sense comparator inputs (CS+ and CS-) can be decreased to ensure 10 µA of current. Extra resistor pads
(Rs1, Rs2, Rs4) are included in the LM27402 evaluation board to lower the common mode voltage. Please
refer to AN-2060 LM27402 Current Limit Application Circuits (SNVA441) for design guidelines to adjust
the common mode voltage of the current sense comparator.
9.9
Enable Resistors, Ren1, Ren2
The LM27402 evaluation board is equipped with an enable connection tied directly to EN. Resistor
footprints Ren1 and Ren2 provide an optional voltage divider network from VIN to GND to program the
LM27402 to enable at a certain input voltage. The following equation will guide the user in choosing
resistors values to create a resistor divider for EN:
Ren1 =
8
Ren2 VIN - 1.17V
1.17V - IEN x Ren2
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9.10 Tracking
The LM27402 evaluation board is setup with a tracking connection (SS/TK). The SS/TK terminal is also
the soft-start pin. If a voltage source is connected to the SS/TK connection of the board, the output can be
controlled up to 1.5V (voltage set by the feedback resistors). The LM27402 will stop tracking when the
SS/TK voltage exceeds 0.6V. Please refer to the datasheet for more details of the tracking function.
9.11 Compensation and Feedback, Rfb1, Rc1, Rc2, Cc1, Cc2, Cc3
In order for the LM27402 to regulate, the feedback loop must be closed and compensated. The LM27402
employs voltage mode control to regulate the output voltage. Voltage mode control requires the LC
complex double pole caused by Lout and Co1- Co5 to be compensated to reduce the likelihood of oscillation.
The evaluation board incorporates type III compensation which adds three poles and two zeros to the
open loop transfer function. The evaluation board is conservatively compensated to grant the user the
freedom to make small changes to the powertrain circuitry while maintaining adequate stability. Please
refer to the LM27402 High Performance Synchronous Buck Controller with DCR Current Sensing
(SNVS615) data sheet for the type III compensator design equations. The compensation components
include Rfb1, Rfb2, Rc1, Rc2, Cc1, Cc2, Cc3.
9.12 Rfb1 and Rfb2
The resistors labeled Rfb1 and Rfb2 create a voltage divider from VOUT to FB and FB to GND that is used to
set the nominal output voltage of the regulator. Nominally, the output of the LM27402 evaluation board is
set to 1.5V using resistor values of Rfb1 = 20.0 kΩ and Rfb2 = 13.3 kΩ. If a different output voltage is
required, the value of Rfb2 can be adjusted according to the equation:
Rfb2 =
Rfb1
VOUT - 1
0.6
(15)
Rfb1 does not need to be changed from its value of 20.0 kΩ.
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Bill of Materials
Designator
Type
U1
Synchronous Buck
Controller
Parameters
Part Number
Qty
Manufacturer
LM27402S
1
Texas
Instruments
Cb
Capacitor
0.22 µF, Ceramic, X7R, 25V, 10%
GRM188R71E224KA88D
1
Murata
Cc1
Capacitor
3900 pF, Ceramic, X7R, 50V, 10%
GRM188R71H392KA01D
1
Murata
Cc2
Capacitor
150 pF, Ceramic, C0G, 50V, 5%
GRM1885C1H151JA01D
1
Murata
Cc3
Capacitor
820 pF, Ceramic, C0G, 50V, 5%
GRM1885C1H821JA01D
1
Murata
Cdd
Capacitor
1 µF, Ceramic, X5R, 25V, 10%
GRM188R61E105KA12D
1
Murata
Cin
Capacitor
1 µF, Ceramic, X5R, 25V, 10%
GRM188R61E105KA12D
1
Murata
Cin1, Cin2, Cin3,
Cin4, Cin5
Capacitor
22 µF, Ceramic, X5R, 25V, 10%
GRM32ER61E226KE15L
5
Murata
Co1, Co2, Co3, Co4
Capacitor
100 µF, Ceramic, X5R, 6.3V, 20%
C1210C107M9PACTU
4
Kemet
Cs
Capacitor
0.22 µF, Ceramic, X7R, 25V, 10%
GRM188R71E224KA88D
1
Murata
Csb
Capacitor
1000 pF, Ceramic, X7R, 50V, 10%
GRM188R71H102KA01D
1
Murata
Css
Capacitor
47000 pF, Ceramic, X7R, 16V,
10%
GRM188R71C473KA01D
1
Murata
Csy
Capacitor
100 pF, Ceramic, C0G/NP0, 50V,
5%
GRM1885C1H101JA01D
1
Murata
Ddd
Diode
Schottky Diode, Average I =
100mA, Max Surge I = 750 mA
CMOSH-3
1
Central Semi
Dsw
Diode
Schottky Diode, Average I = 3A,
Max Surge I = 80A
CMSH3-40M
1
Central Semi
Lout
Inductor
0.68 µH, 2.34 mΩ
IHLP5050CEERR68M06
1
Vishay
QL1
N-CH MOSFET
30V, 60A, 43.5 nC, RDS(ON) @ 4.5V
= 1.85 mΩ
Si7192DP
1
Vishay
QT1
N-CH MOSFET
25V, 40A, 13 nC, RDS(ON) @ 4.5V =
6.2 mΩ
SiR436DP
1
Vishay
R50
Resistor
49.9Ω, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW060349R9FKEA
1
Vishay
Rc1
Resistor
8.06 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW06038k06FKEA
1
Vishay
Rc2
Resistor
261Ω, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW0603261RFKEA
1
Vishay
Rf
Resistor
45.3 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW060345k3FKEA
1
Vishay
Rfb1
Resistor
20.0 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW060320k0FKEA
1
Vishay
Rfb2
Resistor
13.3 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW060313k3FKEA
1
Vishay
Rin
Resistor
2.2Ω, 5%, 0.1W
CRCW06032R20JNEA
1
Vishay
Rpg
Resistor
51.1 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW060351k1FKEA
1
Vishay
Rs
Resistor
1.3 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW06031k30FKEA
1
Vishay
Rs1
Resistor
6.34 kΩ, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW06036k34FKEA
1
Vishay
Rs3
Resistor
750Ω, 1%, 0.1W
CRCW0603750RFKEA
1
Vishay
Rsb
Resistor
1.0Ω, 1%, 0.125W
CRCW08051R00FNEA
1
Vishay
Rtc
Resistor
5.6 kΩ, 1%, 4110 ppm/°C
TFPT1206L5601F
1
Vishay
GND IN, GND
OUT, VOUT, VIN
Power Terminal
3267
4
Panoma
VDD, PGD,
SS/TK, SYNC,
Rx, Tx
Turret Terminal
5002
6
Keystone
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